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					              Friday, November 30, 2001
           University of Southern California




    Planning the Post Sprawl Era:
         Lessons and Challenges
         For Livability in California



  Organized By: Master of Planning Program,
USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
Planning the Post Sprawl Era


Next, I’m going to ask you about
regional land use terms. Not
everyone will have heard of these.


Have you heard about sprawl?

                                              No 62%



  Source: PPIC Special Survey on Land Use Issues, October 2001
 Planning the Post Sprawl Era


(if yes, have heard of sprawl)
Do you have a
favorable or unfavorable opinion of it?


                       Favorable                      18%
                       Unfavorable 66%
                       Don’t Know                     16%


    Source: PPIC Special Survey on Land Use Issues, October 2001
 Planning the Post Sprawl Era


If an election were held today, would you
vote yes or no on a local initiative that
would slow down the pace of development
in your city or community, even if this
meant having less economic growth?




                         Yes                     55%



    Source: PPIC Special Survey on Land Use Issues, October 2001
 Planning the Post Sprawl Era


If you had to choose, which is more important:

(A)The ability of individuals to do what they
  want with the land they own;
(B)The ability of government to regulate
  residential and commercial development for
  the common good.

Individuals to do what they want
                              56%


     Source: PPIC Special Survey on Land Use Issues, October 2001
   Planning the Post Sprawl Era


Do you think it is better:
(A)To allow growth in undeveloped areas if
   people want to live there;
(B)To steer growth to already developed areas?



Allow growth in undeveloped areas
                               49%



      Source: PPIC Special Survey on Land Use Issues, October 2001
          CALIFORNIA IN 2020 =




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CALIFORNIA            FLORIDA
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           THE PROGRAM (MORNING)
7:30 am    Registration

8:30 am    Welcome addresses
           Detlof von Winterfeldt, Associate Dean for Research
                      USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
           Dowell Myers, Director, USC Master of Planning Program

9:00 am    California in National Context: the Latest Research
           Juliet Musso, Moderator, USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
           George Galster, Wayne State University College of Urba, Labor
                    and Metropolitan Affairs
           Rolf Pendall, Cornell University Department of City and Regional Planning
           Robert Yaro, Regional Plan Association of New York

10:20 am   Break

10:40 am   Rethinking Issues of Sprawl and Density
           Jennifer Wolch, Moderator, USC Sustainable Cities Program and
                     Geography Department
           Peter Gordon, USC Master of Real Estate Development Program
           John Landis, UC Berkeley Department of City and Regional Planning

12:00 pm   Luncheon with Roundtable Discussions
           in Town and Gown
          THE PROGRAM (AFTERNOON)
1:30 pm   Growing Consumer Preferences for Density
          David Sloane, Moderator, USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
          Dowell Myers, USC Master of Planning Program
          Julie Campoli, Terra Firma Urban Design
          Alex MacLean, Landslides Aerial Photography

2:40 pm   A Survey of Planning for Livable Places
          Joe Carreras, Southern California Association of Governments
          Richard Ramella, The Planning Center

3:30 pm   Break

4:00 pm   Building Better Places with Compact Design
          Shelley Poticha, Moderator, Congress for the New Urbanism

          Stefanos Polyzoides, Moule and Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists

          Rick Cole, City Manager, City of Azusa

5:00 pm   Closing remarks
          William Fulton, Solimar Research Group, Inc.

5:30 pm   Reception
           THE PROGRAM (MORNING)
7:30 am    Registration

8:30 am    Welcome addresses
           Detlof von Winterfeldt, Associate Dean for Research
                      USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
           Dowell Myers, Director, USC Master of Planning Program

9:00 am    California in National Context: the Latest Research
           Juliet Musso, Moderator, USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
           George Galster, Wayne State University College of Urba, Labor
                    and Metropolitan Affairs
           Rolf Pendall, Cornell University Department of City and Regional Planning
           Robert Yaro, Regional Plan Association of New York

10:20 am   Break

10:40 am   Rethinking Issues of Sprawl and Density
           Jennifer Wolch, Moderator, USC Sustainable Cities Program and
                     Geography Department
           Peter Gordon, USC Master of Real Estate Development Program
           John Landis, UC Berkeley Department of City and Regional Planning

12:00 pm   Luncheon with Roundtable Discussions
           in Town and Gown

				
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